I never considered myself artistic in school. But my daughter loves crafting at just 2.5. So I began a journey to find activities we can do together and found so many things that I enjoy too.

Marie Button Art

I’ve always loved silhouette art. I’ve been looking to add more artwork to Sharkie’s room. This looks like it took longer than it did.

You’ll need: card stock, buttons, hot glue and tracing paper, and felt. I printed off the image I wanted, traced it, then cut it out. I use the tracing image so I knew the right place to put my felt ears and buttons. It looks amazing on my daughter’s wall. One of my favorite things I’ve done.

Mickey Rainbow Ornament

If you know me well, I’m always adding a touch of Disney to whatever we do. Sharkie is a rainbow baby so we love doing rainbows.

You’ll need cardboard, paint, glue, glitter foam, and ribbons. This one is great for kids of all ages.

Dipped pretzel rods

We made these for Valentine’s Day. But they are so easy to turn into Easter treats. You’ll need white melting chocolate, pretzel rods, and sprinkles.

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